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Updates for Google Chrome

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If I want to update my Google Chrome, will I have to uninstall my earlier version of it, or is there an option to select an update that automatically deletes all the files of earlier versions automatically?

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There is no need to Uninstall the earlier version of Google Chrome.

Just go to the Menu --> About Google Chrome and wait.
If there is any new updates available for the browser, it will install them automatically.

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Google Chrome was created and updated in such way that you don't need to take extra steps to install or update it. You just need to click on the Wrench > About and if there are any new updates the browser will install them automatically. It cleans all the old files and removes the unnecessary ones. All with the click of a button.

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